Bundle extension that installs and loads Semantic MediaWiki and associated extensions
Bundle extension that installs and loads Semantic MediaWiki and associated extensions.
This bundle is for everyone that wants to get the full Semantic MediaWiki experience without individually installing all extensions or figuring out what those extensions are in the first place.
This version of Semantic Bundle requires PHP 7.1+ and MediaWiki 1.31+.
- Semantic MediaWiki – Allows to store and query data annotated to pages
- Semantic Breadcrumb Links – Allows to build breadcrumb links using semantic annotations
- Semantic Cite – Allows to manage citation resources using semantic annotations
- Semantic Compound Queries – Provides a parser function that displays multiple semantic queries at the same time
- Semantic Extra Special Properties – Adds extra special properties to all pages
- Semantic Glossary – Allows to define terms as well as abbreviations and manage them with semantic annotations
- Semantic Interlanguage Links – Allows to create and manage interlanguage links with semantic annotations
- Semantic Meta Tags – Allows to extend the meta elements in the HTML header of a page with content generated from semantic annotations
- Semantic Result Formats – Provides additional formats for semantic queries
- Maps – Allows embedding of dynamic maps, geocoding and geospatial operations
- Mermaid – Provides a parser function to generate diagrams and flowcharts with the help of the mermaid script language
- Modern Timeline – Provides a modern timeline visualization for Semantic MediaWiki as a result format
- Page Forms – Allows to create and use forms for adding and editing pages with and without semantic data
Change to the base directory of your MediaWiki installation and execute these two commands:
COMPOSER=composer.local.json composer require --no-update mediawiki/semantic-bundle:~3.0 composer update mediawiki/semantic-bundle --no-dev -o
Add the following two lines to the end of your "LocalSettings.php" file:
enableSemantics( 'example.org' ); require_once __DIR__ . '/extensions/SemanticBundle/SemanticBundle.php';
enableSemantics line with your domain name.
For more information see the
Run the update.php script from the base directory of your MediaWiki installation:
Check the "Special:Version" page on your wiki. If it lists Semantic MediaWiki, installation was successful.
This section is to provide extra background to people familiar with the MediaWiki extension registration mechanism. Understanding it is not required for using Semantic Bundle.
Semantic Bundle pulls in all relevant Semantic MediaWiki extensions via Composer by defining
them as dependency in its
require section. By including
SemanticBundle.php you enable these
wfLoadExtensions just like you would do if you
had installed them individually.
If you want to only load some of the extensions, you can call
wfLoadExtensions yourself instead
Like this included extensions, Semantic Bundle itself follows semantic versioning. This means that we avoid breaking changes in all but our major versions.
In other words, if you install version
~42.0 of Semantic Bundle, you can run
composer update at any
later time without worrying a breaking change will be included. No extensions will be removed, no extensions
will be added and no extensions will be upgraded to a new version that itself has breaking changes.
To get the latest set of extensions included by Semantic Bundle, make sure your "composer.local.json" file contains the latest version of Semantic Bundle.
- Fixed defect in 3.1.1 that made Composer ignore that release
- Fixed compatibility with MediaWiki 1.31 (by preventing installation of Mermaid newer than 2.0.x)
- Upgraded Maps from ~7.4.0 to ~7.15
- Fixed double loading of Semantic MediaWiki that happened in some cases
- Upgraded Semantic MediaWiki from ~3.0.0 to ~3.1.0
- Upgraded Semantic Interlanguage Links from ~1.5 to ~2.0
- Initial release for MediaWiki 1.31.x and Semantic MediaWiki 3.0.x